Southern commuters will face a fare rise of 2.87% and Gatwick Express fares will be frozen at the 2013 prices.
The average fare rise will come into effect on 2nd January 2014.
Southern’s Commercial Director, Alex Foulds said: “There is good news for all of our season ticket holders as we have chosen not to use flex, meaning that all our season ticket holders will pay a lower increase.
"It’s also great news for our Gatwick Express passengers as we are freezing fares on the route, and for those looking for cheap off-peak travel, we continue to freeze our cheapest Advance fare at just £5.”
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